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Coral Deira Dubai Undergoes AED 10 Million Facelift

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Coral Deira Dubai recently underwent an AED 10 million renovation to upgrade its guestrooms, suites, corridors, dining outlets and prayer room.

The project took nearly 8 months to finish and has dramatically enhanced the look of the rooms and restaurants aside from adding new facilities and features.

Michel Noblet, CEO, HMH Hospitality Management Holdings said, It is part of our commitment to offer our guests greater comforts and better service. With the new design we are stepping into a new era thats bound to impress our clients. The market today is extremely competitive and the guests have very high expectations. However, they prefer something practical and cozy rather than something cold. Hence in addition to aesthetics, considerable thought was given to functionality too. We are very pleased with the outcome and have been getting an amazing feedback from those who have had a chance to experience the upgraded facilities.

New room decor, brand new furniture, high-definition, flat-screen TVs, high-speed WiFi connections, plug-in options for MP3 devices, digital cameras, camcorders or other electronic devices, fresh carpeting and improved restaurants have helped to completely transform the property.

The renovation was not restricted to the guest rooms and facilities, the hotel even launched new uniforms designed by well-know French Fashion designer Francois Desroches.

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